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Do you remember my Mango Water Ice Martini? Well, I am at it again and this time I used water ice to make a Frozen Water Ice Moscow Mule. Yes, my beloved Mango Water Ice Martini has been replaced by this even more delicious frozen libation.
To make this drink you will need a few simple ingredients: lime flavored water ice, quality vodka, ginger beer and fresh lime.
To begin the cocktail, I filled my favorite copper tumblers with frozen lime water ice.
I then poured 2 ounces of vodka on top of of the lime water ice before filling the copper cup with the ginger beer. Garnish with a lime wedge and you have the most delicious moscow mule you have ever had. I loved moscow mules to begin with but the Frozen Water Ice Moscow Mule takes things to a whole new level.
I’ve enjoyed my share of cocktails before, but there is something about this Frozen Water Ice Moscow Mule that makes this version all the more enjoyable. It is the perfect cocktail to sip on a warm summer night when you want dessert and a cocktail all at once. In fact, this feels just as much a dessert as it does a cocktail so my sweet tooth is satisfied and I even squeezed in a night cap.
We will be entertaining family from out of town in a couple of weeks and this cocktail has already been requested by the hubby to add to list of beverages. We can’t wait to serve up some Frozen Water Ice Moscow Mule cocktails and either sit on the back patio, or around the kitchen, talking and playing board games (we are huge fan of Rotten Apples if you need a fun, adult game), while sipping on some fun libations. This is my ideal kind of night!
Frozen Water Ice Moscow Mule
- Large container of lime water ice
- 1 bottle of Crabbie’s Ginger Beer
- 3 ounces quality vodka
- lime wedge for garnish
- Serve several scoops of lime water ice into the tumblers.Top water ice with 1.5 ounces of vodka. Fill tumbler with ginger beer to top off. Serve with a lime wedge.
Cheers and ENJOY!
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